Three Dreams of Anne Frank

by Rod Starcke

ThreeThree Dreams of Anne Frank is a fantasy, an allegorical story involving three fictional dreams Anne has on the night of May 11, 1944 which express the anguish and bravery she must endure from nightly air raids, break-ins to the building where she is hidden, and possible capture. It combines reality and fairy tale elements in Kafkaesque fashion to explore both Anne's frame of mind and the torment that can become the human condition.

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About the Author

Rod Starcke retired from the Army in 2014 and now writes full time in his home town of Rochester, Minnesota. His favorite genres are fairy tales and allegorical fantasy, such as the works of David Lindsay, George MacDonald, and H. C. Andersen.